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Thanks for help during Woden bike crash.

By Pommy bastard 10 June 2011 42

My profound and heartfelt thanks to all who came to my aid last night, when my motorbike collided with a taxi in Woden.

I was cut up by a right turning taxi, who claimed not to have seen me, despite my wearing a dayglo jacket and having my lights on.

The large number of people who assisted me, offed to be witnesses, called the ambulance and police, and generally saw to my welfare all have my undying gratitude.

A massive THANK YOU to the young lady who looked after my now wrecked bike, got it transported to a safe place, and has offed to return it to my house, who showed caring and compassion to a total stranger that gives one renewed faith in the human race.

Suffice to say after a night in the kind and wonderful care of Canberra hospital I am now home, with broken collarbone and messed up knee and pelvis, typing to you all left-handed on the wife’s I-pad!

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Pommy bastard 12:42 pm 16 Jun 11

Thanks very much mate, you’re a very good person. But my time here is over. Only 2/3 of my posts get through, and it’s really not worth the candle, esp now when I’m writing left handed. Bye bye all.

The Frots 12:25 pm 16 Jun 11

Pommy bastard said :

Just popping back in, after convincing myself not to post here again, just to give a big public THANK YOU to “The Frots”.

That was ever so kind of you to offer. (they will know what I mean.)

No problems PB – just let us know. Naturally, this doesn’t negate any issue that we discuss on this forum where you feel obliged to ‘give it to me in the neck’.

Get better soon mate.

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